Our History

The Military Retiree’s Club of Richmond filed received its certificate of incorporation from the Commonwealth of Virginia in June 1972. In 1975 we were recognized as a non-profit, war veteran, tax exempt, corporation for civic, humanitarian, and patriotic purposes. The first president of the corporation was the late Chief Warrant Officer George U. Green.

Membership

The heartbeat of our organization is the individual member. We share our expertise, our thoughts, and ideas to make our community and our Club better. Each member is encouraged to get involved, identify an area of interest, and become an active participant.

Community Give Back

We invest by organizing volunteer groups and supporting nonprofit organizations that do so much to help the community that all of us are a part of. We give what we can regularly to the charities that make a difference to our local and national community.

The Military Retirees Club, Inc. (MRC) of Richmond, Virginia is a Non-Profit Tax­ Exempt War Veteran Organization. Our organization was the dream and vision of the late Co-founders, Leon Ellis and Joseph Stewart, both Army Retirees. They recognized the need to maintain a sense of comradery among military retirees and the opportunity to strengthen bonds and relations within the community at large.

Comradely

Comradely Among Military Retirees

Partnership

Strengthen Bonds and Relations Within Our Community

Local Support

Organizing Volunteer Groups and Supporting Nonprofit Organizations

Giving Back

Making A Difference in Our Local Community

Mentoring

Supporting And Encouraging Our Youth Through Mentorship

Our Veterans

Extending A Helping Hand to Our Veterans

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Our Board of Directors

The MRC has established a Board of Directors consisting of fifteen (15) members; nine (9) lay members elected by the membership and   six (6) elected officers: President, Vice President, Secretary, Financial Secretary, Treasurer and Business Manager. The Chairman of the Board is elected by the nine (9) lay Board members only and assumes office at the January meeting.     No elected officer may vote for the Chairman of the Board.  The elected officers are voting members of the board in all other issues.

  • Vincent Blakey
  • Tony Bond
  • James Clark
  • Lawrence M. Coclough
  • Ronnie Cypress
  • John Hagans
  • Sterling Hill
  • Sonja Johns
  • Norman Jones
  • Ron Mayo
  • Vester Mccollum
  • Kelvin Preston
  • Earl Reid
  • Currently Vacant
  • Currently Vacant